Processing Experiences of Every Day Life

Hi!! Welcome to Achieve the Impossible Today. This week I am speaking about how my life is. It is a tad different from the typical 23 year old, but I love that my life is unique.

There are no words to describe what I am experiencing on a daily basis. I have to be cautious of the amount of things I do, so I don’t overdo it. I don’t have a job (although I am doing an internship through school), I don’t live by myself or with friends. There’s a lot of things that I don’t do that someone without Alpha Mannosidosis would do.

I do have friends.
I do go to school part-time.
I do serve on a nonprofit board.
I do have a blog.
I do speak to families around the world.
I do enjoy sewing, cooking, baking, and reading.
I do go to church.
And a million other things…

My life may look different, but I am so glad I have a fantastic quality of life. I might not do the typical things someone my age does, but there are numerous things I do get to do instead.

I am just grateful to be standing here to day and sharing my story with you. I think about where my life could be if I didn’t have a bone marrow transplant to stop Alpha Mannosidosis from progressing. Every time, I am so thankful for all of the healing that has taken place and that is currently taking place.

Thanks for stopping by and reading this blog! Make sure to follow Achieve the Impossible Today, so you don’t miss a post. I am working on posting more consistently. If you have any prayer requests, feel free to comment them or contact me. As always, He can and He will help you through everything, we just need to seek Him first.

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